I had a speaking engagement Tuesday evening at the Kemper Mansion in Madison, Virginia hosted by the SCV's Kemper-Fry-Strother Camp. This camp provided the blood, sweat, and tears in restoring James Lawson Kemper's home some years ago. Kemper served as both a General for the Confederacy as well as Governor of Virginia. It was a great setting and I enjoyed the evening very much. Coming up 4 April, I'll be attending a screening of the Still Standing documentary that will benefit preservation efforts for Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield.
Some other interesting news is pending about another project I've been involved in for a while. Hopefully I'll know more about that by tomorrow. Lots of other things going on as well . . . more soon.